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Mary Elizabeth "Minnie" Baker Diary, 1914-1918

Mary Elizabeth (Minnie) Baker handwritten 1914-18 02.pdf

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Diary 1914. Jn. 21. Rather cloudy day. Ten cent tea for {illegible} of elijah.

22. Warmer but cloudy.

23 Fine. Cora and I called after tea on Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Brown. League.

24. Fine.

25 Rainy in morning. Clearing about noon. Downpour and severe electrical storm about 4 to 5 P.M. Stayed here all day.

26. Cloudy with misty rain in morning. Clearning & fine. Old men's choir from Aylmer at high's Church full.

27. Cloudy in morning but clearing. Walker to Miss Shiphman's

28. Fine. Real warm.

29. Rainy on mist. Walked to Miss {Iullfords?}

30. Colder. Cloudy. Went to Mrs. Churchhill's to a trustee meeting. {Illegible} for 1914-1915 for $650.

May 1. Fine day. Cleaned up yard and school house in afternoon. Choir practice after which I went to Mrs. Whites with Lorne.

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